Changing the face of Renewable Energy Investing – Assetron Energy – Using its own Cryptocurrency to Finance Renewable Energy Projects


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  • Victoria
  • Posted on 21 October, 2017

Website Assetron Energy

Innovation in Renewable Energy Project Crowdfunding

Blockchain-Powered startup Assetron Energy, originating in Camden, Australia announces the launch of its very own cryptocurrency, the ASSETRON Token, hosted by the Waves Platform Blockchain.

Assetron Energy will be developing a co-investment management platform for renewable energy projects — connecting investors with clean energy projects in need of financing.

ASSETRON (ASTRN) Tokens will be the primary currency used on the Assetron Energy Investments Platform, which will be utilised by users to co-invest into various renewable energy projects and receive revenue from those projects in ASTRN Tokens. As the Tokens will sit on the Waves Platform, users will be able to instantly exchange between ASTRN, other cryptocurrency and fiat currencies on the Waves Decentralized Exchange.

The platform will enable commercial, residential and community energy consumers the ability to finance their renewable energy projects, whether it is in solar, wind, hydro or other clean energy resource. In exchange, investors will receive regular income distribution from the energy consumed by the end-user of the project. As the volume of projects utilising Assetron Energy grows, so will the demand for the ASSETRON Tokens.

 

A great outcome if Assetron Energy succeeds, is the multitude of employment opportunities they will provide, with each new renewable energy project.

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